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    Toshiba Satellite Pro L850 Notebook, i7 and dedicated graphics under $800

    Toshiba Satellite Pro L850 Notebook, i7 and dedicated graphics under $800 I think that's a bargain

    Toshiba Satellite Pro L850 Notebook at $798.00 in Performance Laptops
    Toshiba Satellite Pro L850 Notebook

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    Product Details:

    • Processor: Intel Core I7 3610Qm (3Rd Gen)
    • Clock Speed: 2.3Ghz (Up To 3.3Ghz With Turbo Boost)
    • Memory: 6 Gb Ddr3
    • Storage: 750 Gb Hdd
    • Display: 15.6" Led Backlight 1366 X 768 / Hd
    • Graphics: 1Gb Dedicated
    • Networking: 802.11N
    • Battery: 6-Cell
    • Operating System: Win 7 Pro + W8P Media
    • Warranty: 1 Year

    Toshiba Satellite Pro L850 Notebook at $798.00 in Performance Laptops



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    Would be powerful enough for some mild full HD video editing, I have a similar CPU but no discrete video and it's not too bad with an SSD but with a conventional HDD it was rubbish.

    It's a pretty cheap quad core computer-

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    Description: Socket: PGA988B, Clockspeed: 2.3 GHz, Turbo Speed: 3.3 GHz, No of Cores: 4 (2 logical cores per physical), Max TDP: 45 W
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    Last Price Change: $399.99 USD (2013-10-11)
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    yeah that's a good price, big fan of toshiba's had a few over the years good reliable ones, 1 lasted and was heavily used for 5 years in that time running alongside also had a Dell and HP that both failed. Then moved to 2nd Toshiba and it was heavily abused in the sense it was just put in a non-laptop backpack, taken around the world and eventually a dog knocked it off a table (got it's legs caught in power cable) this snapped it's hinge, I tried to replace it but having mild cerebral palsy I ended up knocking a few pins together and shorting the motherboard. grrr! Miss that beast! $800 you say.

    Just had a look around looks to be about $100 cheaper than anywhere else.

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    Yeah they are pretty popular and after talking to a buddy/salesperson I was told that of the cheaper domestic type laptops they had less returns that Acer, Compaq and HP but that was just one shop and usually more expensive computers are more reliable than entry level ones. I have a strict budget I try and go for old stock and go for build quality over performance, I break stuff often.

    Grays are charging slightly more for a refurb model, their prices are often pretty average though.

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    The site has no reviews for this laptop, can anyone point me where I can find one?
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